Schiff: ‘We Would Have Been Waiting for a Year and a Half’ If We Waited for Mueller Report to Start Investigating Trump

‘And we have a separate and an independent and important responsibility and that is to tell the country what happened’

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SCHIFF: “Well, if we had waited to do any of our investigative work for the Mueller investigation, we would have been waiting a year and a half and we have a separate and an independent and important responsibility and that is to tell the country what happened. Mueller, ultimately, his job is to determine who broke the law and who should go to jail. But as we have seen from Bill Barr’s testimony, there’s no commitment by this Justice Department under Whitaker, and there's no commitment apparently under Barr, should he be confirmed, to share that evidence with the Congress or the American people. So we need to find it ourselves.”

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